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My Ko Jo set up

Source : IBasso DX 50
Amp : Ko Jo KM - 01
Headphone : AKG. K 420
Cable : mini to mini diy
Portable Charger : Power Bank Vivan model D 06 for charging my DX 50

 
 

WHOLE IN MY WALLET!!!   LOL

 

:deadhorse:

post #7547 of 13169
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Originally Posted by gmahler2u View Post

WHOLE IN MY WALLET!!!   LOL

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Thank you

If you look into Fujiavic and e earphone , they have second hand Ko Jo for around 40.000 yen .
Because of solid brass and is very sensitive again finger print , that's why I cover with Foto cloth to avoid my finger print .
You must extra take care if buy new ones
If not become like old brass looking, no more shining biggrin.gif
Edited by rudi0504 - 10/22/13 at 4:41pm
post #7548 of 13169
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Originally Posted by CosmicHolyGhost View Post
 

@skalkman, love that photo! good rig also!

Thanks CosmicHolyGhost

 

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That looks pretty dang good for a D.I.Y. cable. Nice job!

Thanks miceblue! I think it looks like crap, but then again i can't see anything that i have done by myself as any good. It looks a lot worse close up. (It also sounds REALLY bright in combination with my Beyers, works great with the bass boost on the E12, but other than that it's pretty much useless without the boosted lows for most tracks, to my ears at least. I should try it with some other phones and amps.) Cable brun-in is definitely a thing, sounds lovely now.

 

Bought the plugs of a friend and used what i had because i just wanted to build a cable and my FiiO interconnect was going out. I will probably build myself a proper silver IC when i get down to it.


Edited by skalkman - 12/1/13 at 7:09am
post #7549 of 13169
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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post


Thank you

If you look into Fujiavic and e earphone , they have second hand Ko Jo for around 40.000 yen .
Because of solid brass and is very sensitive again finger print , that's why cover with Foto cloth to avoid my finger print .
You must extra take care if buy new ones
If not become like old brass looking, no more shining biggrin.gif


How is that with Ciem?  do they have hiss noise?

post #7550 of 13169
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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post


Thank you

If you look into Fujiavic and e earphone , they have second hand Ko Jo for around 40.000 yen .
Because of solid brass and is very sensitive again finger print , that's why cover with Foto cloth to avoid my finger print .
You must extra take care if buy new ones
If not become like old brass looking, no more shining biggrin.gif

in fact..i let mine go to become old looking..it's kind of classic with a bit of patina in colors, don't you think? classic with class :D

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My SEM 6 looks okay , only crap pictures biggrin.gif
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Hi Rudi, do you like s-em6 more than tg334? or they are very different?

 

Your kojo still looks very nice!  good stuff!

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It's not really portable...but i LOVE the sound on this pairing !

 

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Hey music where did you pick up your kojo.
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Hi Rudi, do you like s-em6 more than tg334? or they are very different?

 

Your kojo still looks very nice!  good stuff!

They are different. TG334 is more all-rounder. Less source-dependant too. And for me, better texture as well. But both has a very good detailing in sound. The TG334 is a bit brighter in comparison. More airy. The SEM6 is fuller in overall sound performance. Everything added with serious weight to it and somewhat darker and mellower (also smoother). For vocal lover, i think SEM6 is a better bet (i prefer my S-EM6 for Vocal Jazz listening then my TG334). The MIDS is more intact, better bodied, and a bit more forward than TG334. Sound stage is better on SEM6..wider and deeper (like more space). The bass also more solid and more in quantity. However...might need some specific taste to be able to enjoy this S-EM6 more because of its dark-ish presentation (based on my personal opinion - and  it took me 2 days to finally being able to enjoy this)

post #7555 of 13169
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Originally Posted by gmahler2u View Post

Hey music where did you pick up your kojo.

same as Rudi..from our local Jaben Store. The KOJO is very good in handling IEMs (clarity and smoothness). As long as u plan it to use ONLY for your IEM, u are fine to go. But this amp is not really have that muscle to sing with 100 ohm or above...you might be better to try it first.

post #7556 of 13169
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Originally Posted by muzic4life View Post
 

same as Rudi..from our local Jaben Store. The KOJO is very good in handling IEMs (clarity and smoothness). As long as u plan it to use ONLY for your IEM, u are fine to go. But this amp is not really have that muscle to sing with 100 ohm or above...you might be better to try it first.

Ok...Great, I should consider one near future.  I'm trying to order from Jaben HK but it doesn't have add cart...so i'm having problem.

 

HAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHH  :biggrin:

post #7557 of 13169

SUCH pain in the 173498127 order from Japanese website!!  I'm cool everyone!! 

 

:duggfloat:

post #7558 of 13169
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Originally Posted by muzic4life View Post

in fact..i let mine go to become old looking..it's kind of classic with a bit of patina in colors, don't you think? classic with class biggrin.gif

I don't like the looking if no more shining biggrin.gif
post #7559 of 13169
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Originally Posted by gmahler2u View Post

SUCH pain in the 173498127 order from Japanese website!!  I'm cool everyone!! 

duggehsmile.png

Please ask Derek from Jaben Hkg , he can help you to buy from japan .
Jaben singapore don't have stock any more
post #7560 of 13169
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Originally Posted by muzic4life View Post

They are different. TG334 is more all-rounder. Less source-dependant too. And for me, better texture as well. But both has a very good detailing in sound. The TG334 is a bit brighter in comparison. More airy. The SEM6 is fuller in overall sound performance. Everything added with serious weight to it and somewhat darker and mellower (also smoother). For vocal lover, i think SEM6 is a better bet (i prefer my S-EM6 for Vocal Jazz listening then my TG334). The MIDS is more intact, better bodied, and a bit more forward than TG334. Sound stage is better on SEM6..wider and deeper (like more space). The bass also more solid and more in quantity. However...might need some specific taste to be able to enjoy this S-EM6 more because of its dark-ish presentation (based on my personal opinion - and  it took me 2 days to finally being able to enjoy this)

Thanks, music. Your detailed explanation is very helpful. I really appreciate TG334 as a good all rounder. This genius design is very convenient as I can pair them on any source and get good to excellent result.

If I understand how SEM6 excel over 334,I think I may not need to invest >1k usd at the moment.

Thanks again
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